Basics of Photography -2 Months Course

Foundation Course ( Basics Of Photography ) For Beginners

This is two months Course –  2 Hours Daily  and 5 Days in a Week
Time : 4 pm to 6 pm and 6 Pm to 8 Pm
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Syllabus and Information about – 2 Months Basics of Photography Course
In this Photography Course for Beginners, you breathe and live photography for two months
With hands-on experience (80% practice / 20% theory) and projects (on location with your Coach / Instructor and on assignment by yourself) throughout two Months, by the end of this Foundation Digital Photography Course you will feel extremely empowered, fully in control of your camera and will see the world with brand new eyes.To achieve a big Goal we need to have our basics clear. This Course helps students to Understand all the basics like the How the Image is captured, Basic camera diagram, Working of Camera, what are the types of camera, How lens work, Types of lenses, Exposure triangle and how it affect the image etc.

This course is divided in 2 parts as mentioned below.
Level 1 :- Introduction to Digital Capture
• Getting to know your Camera (How light is capture; transformed into images)
• Camera Resolution (Megapixels) and Print Size
• File Formats (Tiff, Jpg, Raw)
• Lenses (Focal Lengths, Macro, Prime & Zoom Lenses)
• Manual and Autofocus (Focusing Points, Autofocus Lock, Single or Continuous Focus)
• Manual Exposure (ISO, Shutter Speeds, F/Stops and The Light Meter)
• Metering Modes (Evaluative, Matrix, Spot Metering)
• Depth of Field (Shallow, Deep, Hyper Focal Distance)
• Motion (Freezing, Blurring & Panning)
• Picture Styles / Picture Control (Colour, Black and White, Sepia etc…)
Level 2 :
• Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority and Program Modes
• Scene Modes
• White Balance (Pre-set and Custom)
• The Temperature of Light (Natural & Artificial Colour Cast)
• Composition (Framing)
• Elements of Design (Seeing vs Looking)
• Lenses and Perspective (the right choice of focal length)
• People & Places
• Theme Photography,Introduction to Flash Photography

Career Opportunities for Photographers
Specialize in Photojournalism, Commercial photography, Advertising, Fashion, Food display, Industrial photography Wildlife photography, Aerial photography, Scientific photography

Work for newspapers and news magazines who commission them to provide photographs of newsworthy events, things and situationsThey combine an ability to find and record dramatic action with photographic talent.Use agility, good observation and alertness to get the best pictures
Commercial photography
Click photographs for firms dealing with merchandize, exteriors and interiors, machinery and fashions to be used in advertising and sellingUse a variety of cameras, lights, props etc

Fashion photography
Cater to a variety of clients: fashion houses, designers, portfolios for models, fashion journals and newspapers.Fashion photographers are aware of styles, moods and fashion trends.They work in the studio as well as on locations

Food photography
Work for food manufacturers, hotels and restaurants, exporters, dairy and ice-cream companiesClick pictures either in a studio with an attached kitchen or in hotels for exclusive shots

Industrial photography
Click photographs of workers on the job, machinery, industrial layout, prominent places in the industry etc. for use in company publications or for ad campaignsThey have knowledge of the industry as well as its equipment

Wildlife photographers
Click pictures of nature, wildlife, birds, and their habitatsThey have keen observation, patience, an eye for interesting details and love for adventureWait for hours to catch the animals in the right mood and poseWork in sanctuaries, forests and reserves

Aerial photography
Take aerial photographs of places, buildings, landscapes, terrains during natural disasters, war, or under similar situations from aircrafts in flight for use in news, business, industrial, scientific or military purposes

Scientific photography
Prepare photographic illustrations and documentation for scientific publications and research reportsThe chief areas scientific photographers cover are engineering, aerodynamics, medicine, biology or chemistry

Photographers work with:
Magazine and newspaper, publishers,With commercial photographers,In their own studio,Press & publishing houses,Food product industries, With food stylists, Ad agencies, medical institutes, As freelancers

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